Abstract “Assembling seven years of activism experience”

ABSTRACT – Assembling seven years of activism experience Katja Leyendecker Northumbria University, Newcastle (UK) As part of my auto/ethnographic PhD project “women activists’ experience of local cycle politics” (2019, forthcoming) I used a number of qualitative methods including blogging, interviews and policy analysis. I also collated a video diary that would enable me to tell… Read More Abstract “Assembling seven years of activism experience”

Abstracts – Cycling & Society / ECF Scientists for Cycling

Method in the madness – autoethnography against automobility The Advocacy and Academia exchange day in Newcastle, UK, in 2015, resolved that story telling is a vital tool to advancing the cause of urban mass cycling. In my presentation I ask: “How well is academia equipped to create narratives that matter?” I will report about the… Read More Abstracts – Cycling & Society / ECF Scientists for Cycling